Pinot Noir is one of the world's most popular grapes for wine. From the prestige wines of Burgundy in France to the West Coast of the USA and the German expressions of it, known as Spätburgunder - Pinot Noir is widely grown thanks to it's global popularity, and it is also one of the main grapes used in Champagne production.
However, it's skins are very thin and this can make it difficult to grow, especially with frosty seasons that can threaten cooler climate locations. This is one reason why Pinot Noir is often a little more expensive than other varietals.
In the Natural Wine world, some popular producers of Pinot Noir include Frederic Cossard, Yann Durieux, Timo Mayer, Strekov 1075 and Martin Wörner
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